MTN Group CEO, Ralph Mupita to speak at BusinessDay CEO Forum 2023

... "Charting a course to growth and development".

MTN Group Chief Executive Officer, Ralph Mupita is set to speak at the BusinessDay CEO Forum 2023, which will be held on 13th July 2023 at the Grand Ballroom, in Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The registration-only hybrid forum is an exclusive annual event for top decision-makers to dissect key trends, best practices, and successful business models. Since the premier edition in 2009, the primary objective of the gathering is to provide a platform for debate and discussions surrounding emerging opportunities and prevailing challenges C-suite executives encounter in running their organisations in Nigeria and Africa.

Speaking on what to expect at the forum this year, Frank Aigbogun, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer of BusinessDay Media Ltd., said, “A gathering of Nigerian CEOs, C-suite executives and their public official counterparts couldn’t have come at a better time. It’s happening as the country contends with a foreign investment drought for the first time in three decades. And in the early days of a new government that hasn’t minced words and actions about attracting investment into Nigeria.”

The event is anticipated to feature networking opportunities and knowledge sharing sessions for the attendees. Panel discussions on government policy regulations, mobilising capital for growth and development, navigating digital disruptions, the future of oil and gas, amongst others will be deliberated on. Ralph Mupita will speak to trends and strategies business owners can employ to make their businesses more sustainable and stay ahead of the curve, whilst giving real-life examples, using MTN as a case study.

Other speakers are Akinwumi Adesina, President of African Development Bank; Ibukun Awosika, founder and CEO of The Chair Centre Group; Osagie Okunbor, MD of SPDC; Okey Enolamah, founder of African Capital Alliance; Toyin Sanni, CEO of Emerging Africa Capital; Roger Thompson Brown, CEO of Seplat; Ayotunde Coker, CEO of Open Access Data Centre; Yewande Sadiku, head of investment banking at Standard Group; and Ola Atose, CEO of SR Finanzmann limited. For more information MTN visit: www.mtn.com

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